When it comes to the new, centralized marketplace for buying and selling digital content, consumers have a tough choice to make.

The government is considering a plan to expand the digital marketplace for purchasing and selling the goods and services of Americans in order to prevent a “new and potentially devastating centralized marketplace” for the online goods and service industry, according to a letter to Congress signed by several tech executives.

The letter from Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Apple, Netflix, Amazon, eBay, and Twitter, among others, asks Congress to pass a bill that would allow the government to “take over” the marketplaces for such online sales and purchases.

The law would also make it easier for consumers to buy digital goods from the government’s auction platforms, which would help the government control the price of goods, with the government potentially using auction platforms to raise prices to consumers in order for them to pay.

Consumers could also choose to pay a fee for using a government-run marketplace instead of using a marketplace like Amazon.gov.

“This proposal would enable government to better compete with and more efficiently manage the marketplace, and potentially save consumers money in the long run,” the letter states.

It’s unclear what the new legislation would do to a marketplace that already has significant competition.

“There is no compelling reason to require the government and government contractors to have access to a centralized marketplace that will be able to efficiently manage and control the marketplace for online commerce, which is a major concern for consumers,” a Google spokesperson told Business Insider in a statement.

The government proposal comes as Congress prepares to take up the next round of legislation to regulate the online marketplace, which could lead to new regulations, such as a requirement that all companies that participate in the marketplace submit a bid for a piece of intellectual property, a regulation that is already under consideration by the House Judiciary Committee.

The new proposal from Congress is a continuation of the bipartisan push to create a new government marketplace that could include all the digital content that the government wants to buy, with all the services and applications that consumers want to buy from the marketplace.

The proposal is the latest sign that the U.S. government is taking the Internet by storm, with tech companies already setting up a massive marketplace to sell all the things that consumers need, with Amazon.com launching its own marketplace, the App Store.

This week, the Federal Trade Commission announced a proposed rule that would let companies compete on a platform that would give them the ability to offer cheaper prices to customers.

However, the rules have not been finalized yet and could be subject to a court challenge.

A similar rule for the Internet could also be coming in the next few months.

The Obama administration has already proposed that all Internet companies be required to allow their users to opt out of government-owned networks that can be used for tracking, monitoring, or blocking users’ communications.

The idea is to prevent ISPs from collecting information on all Internet users and then selling that data to third parties.

In the letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee, the executives ask the senators to pass legislation that would require Internet companies to be required, as a condition of any new government-built marketplace, to be allowed to participate in a centralized market.

The companies argue that it would be “unnecessary” for them and other companies to create an open market that is more competitive than the one that exists today.

It also says that it is not the goal of the new market to compete with the existing market and that a centralized system would create more barriers to entry for companies trying to compete.

The senators should support this effort to prevent the consolidation of the marketplace and its attendant costs, according the letter.

The lawmakers should also pass legislation to ensure that the new marketplace, if approved, would be governed by the FTC’s antitrust regulations.

Google, Apple and Netflix have already said that they would not participate in any new marketplace unless Congress passes legislation to allow them to participate.